Vanessa Hudgens Joins The Photoshop-Free Campaign By Posing In Untouched Advert


Vanessa Hudgens may have had a bit of extra help by being genetically blessed in the looks department, but she's done something a lot of celebrities wouldn't deign to risk: being photographed professionally without Photoshop.

Hudgens features in a new campaign for US brand Bongo, and my, she looks stunning. So stunning in fact that it's hard to believe it's only the work of good looks, good make-up and good lighting, but Bongo has made a big point of it.

According to Fashionista, the campaign's hashtag is #BongoGetsReal.

"It’s so important for girls to remember that real beauty shines from within and I’m so proud that Bongo is choosing to send such a positive message with this campaign," Hudgens said in a statement.

Photoshop, unlike lame campaigns that focus on going make-up free, is a big player in the debate around body image. Verily magazine, the world's first Photoshop-free magazine, launched late year to the relief of people wanting to see realwomen, not alien clones.

(H/T: Jezebel)

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